A care provider that failed in its duty to provide safe care and treatment has today been ordered to pay £82,429.72 in fines and costs.

The Care Quality Commission brought the prosecution against the owners of Mossley Manor Care Home in Liverpool, following 14 offences including failing to provide safe care and treatment resulting in residents being exposed to significant risk of avoidable harm, failure to notify CQC of the deaths of ten residents, and failure to notify us of three serious incidents.

The registered providers, brothers Amjad Latif and Amer Latif, of Liverpool, pleaded guilty to all offences.

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